Do you wear a watch to tell time, or do you wear a watch to make a statement? Maybe you wear a watch because you’re fascinated by the incredible miniature machine whirring around on your wrist. Maybe you’ve just always worn a watch, and it’s a part of your normal daily routine.
I have long had a fascination with solar-powered watches.
After several successful collaborations, Todd Snyder and Timex are at it again. Only this time, instead of a retro-military inspired piece, they’ve gone with a more contemporary diver look. Now, I say “diver look” because with only 30 meters of water resistance, this is certainly not a true diver
Vilhelm is at it again! After their successful launch of the Vilhelm Elemental which Patrick reviewed back in April 2016 they have come out with the Talos. The Elemental did very well with their mix of forged carbon, titanium, and ceramic to create their unique cases. This time around with the Talos they are mixing bronze and carbon, and wow do they work well together.
Watches and motor sports go back as long as the cars have hit the motorway and in today’s modern industry we seem to be bombarded by “Motor-Sport Inspired” time pieces. So many, in fact, that it can be difficult to weed out those that truly do have a connection to the sport of racing. Filling a case with a chronograph movement does not automatically make a watch motor-sport inspired.
On the heels of a slew of Trident announcements , Christopher Ward has one more thing. It’s not nearly as exciting as the codas Steve Jobs used to deliver, but it makes a lot of sense
Back in February I reviewed the Pantor Sea Lion , a watch that I found to be surprisingly great. Now Pantor is back with the new Pantor Seal, a massive diver with a lot of Sea Lion attitude but with its own unique tricks. I got to spend a little time with this bad boy and as far as looks go, it pretty damn cool.
Hey, you didn’t forget about this month’s giveaway , did you? Well, if you did, you still have a few more days to get your entry in
Who is Merci? Is this another one of our forays into the world of menswear? Well, it could be (as they carry men’s clothing) but that is not the case here
Over the past few years, we’ve seen watches that commemorate nature in some form or fashion. This could be from artistic interpretations (say, engravings, or interpretations like Frederic Jouvenot or Dietrich ), or could even take simpler paths to this, by including materials from nature, like we saw with Khamama